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have to think of terrorism. norway has been an active member of the coalition in afghanistan and they are an active member of nato, i should say, and they have been active in the current conflict in libya. an interesting subnote on the possible al qaeda link, they have, since 2005, offered asylum to a former leader of an al qaeda group based in northern iraq and they are now trying to deport him and have been trying to deport him and he just in the past few weeks has been threatening damage, threatening violence against the government there. the word from the prime minister, by the way, is that "we will not cave in," but a final note, not to draw this further than we can say, but what was done, what was achieved, is death of adults, maybe adults involved in the government, in that city. detects of, perhaps, the children of the officials of the government on the island. we are still learning more. >> thank you, greg, thank you very much. investigators in southern california waiting for test results in the mysterious deaths of a farm suit executive six-year-old son and 32-year-
in iraq and afghanistan of a trillion. that's a funny number that you can't get your arms around. >> shepard: looks like a couple trillion, right? >> yes. >> shepard: the bush era tax cuts had they not extended, which the president promised he would not do, had they not we would be two million dollar -- two billion dollars better off, right? >> tax cuts, wars that were more costly than any administration thought they would be in a multitude of ways, including human life. >> shepard: when he was giving in to his political opposition when he extended the bush tax cuts, even though he promised he wouldn't, why wouldn't you notice down the road in the month of august, is this moment? why would you let it happen again? >> yeah. remember back to that time. a lot was on the table. >> shepard: there's a lot on the table now. >> including the extension of unemployment checks. the interesting thing now is that s&p, which is a rating's agency says almost no matter what happens this week the bills that are being discussed 2.7 trillion, 3 trillion, if you believe the numbers, s&p an signaling
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